Do You Have Engaged Employees? Do you find yourself asking yourself the following questions: How can I better retain my employees? What can I do to make my employees more engaged? Are my employees happy working here? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may want to conduct an engagement survey. An … Continued
Hot Topics & Recent Developments in Labor and Employment Law Join Goldberg Segalla and Employer Services Corporation for updates in labor and employment law and best human resources practices throughout the life cycle of an employee. When: Thursday, February 14, 2019 8 a.m. | Registration and continental breakfast 8:30 – 10: a.m. | Program Where: … Continued
Employee Onboarding: Making New Staff Feel Welcome Each year, 25% of the population makes some kind of career change. The onboarding process that new employees experience is crucial to their future success, and will ultimately save you dollars from your bottom line when you see a reduction in turnover. Below are some things to consider … Continued
Which interview question has the potential to be discriminatory under federal law? A. Why did you leave your last job? B. This job requires you to lift 10-pounds. Are you able to lift at least 10-pounds with or without reasonable accommodations? C. Are you a U.S. Citizen? D. Who is the best manager you ever … Continued
Certainly most employees realize that their employment comes at an additional cost to their employer beyond their direct pay (base pay and/or incentive pay). However, they may not realize that employers are providing them with thousands of dollars in additional benefits, both mandated and voluntary.
You Know it’s Time to Outsource HR When… By Lauren Kersten, HR Professional Team Leader ESC has been working with for-profit and non-profit organizations of various sizes and industries for over 20 years. During the conversion process, we find that many of our new clients have things in common that helped them make the decision … Continued
Can You Refuse to Pay Unauthorized Overtime? Q: Can an employer refuse overtime pay for an employee if the company policy clearly states that overtime must have prior management approval? A: Employees who clock in and out in order to be paid are usually nonexempt and only paid for the hours they work. Even if the … Continued
Brainstorming is a creative method of generating a large volume of ideas free from criticism. Brainstorming was developed in the 1940s by an advertising executive who was frustrated with his employees. The employees were unable to individually develop ideas for advertising campaigns, but were successful during group sessions. Brainstorming is now one of the most well-known tools for developing ideas in business.
It’s All About the People:There is no magic wand Part 2: Becoming an Employer of Choice The recruiting strategies discussed in Part I of this two-part series have made a significant impact in the workplaces of our clients. For example, a mid-size company that had concerns attracting candidates asked for assistance. They also had a … Continued
Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy Update NY State has considered the many comments that were submitted in response to their proposed Sexual Harassment Prevention policy and training requirements, and posted their final model policy and training requirements. They have back-tracked on their original requirement that the training of all current employees be completed by January 1, 2019 … Continued